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With no seniors and only a handful of returnees from last season’s special 24-win, East Coast Conference championship team, Molloy College women’s basketball head coach Joe Pellicane is expecting some growing pains in 2017-18. more
Coming off a special 18-win campaign that ended with a tough overtime loss to St. Thomas Aquinas in the East Coast Conference championship game, Molloy College’s men’s basketball team is faced with the task of replacing three of its top five scorers, including its top two rebounders. more
High School Basketball players have the unique opportunity to play at NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on the Long Island Nets court. more
After a challenging non-conference schedule, Hofstra's women's basketball team will have its hands full in conference play. James Madison, Elon, and William & Mary are among the preseason favorites in the always tough Colonial Athletic Association. more
The Hofstra men’s basketball team got a head start on the 2017-18 season with a late summer exhibition tour to Canada that head coach Joe Mihalich hopes plays dividends in March. more
East Meadow’s boys’ cross-country team finally reached the pinnacle. Coming into this season, the Jets had never won a division, county or conference championship in cross-country despite being close in recent seasons. But thanks to a 13-0 regular season and five runners finishing in the top 20 at the a 5K race at the Section VIII Class County Championships at Bethpage State Park on Oct. 28, the program was able to call itself champions for the first time. more
With the one and only Julius “Dr. J” Erving in the house, pro basketball returned to the Nassau Coliseum (NYCB LIVE) for the first time in 40 years on Nov. 4 when the Long Island Nets hosted the Fort Wayne Mad Ants in NBA G-League action. more
Greg Pimentel was an explosive difference for host Freeport in its 27-7 Conference I football first-round playoff win against East Meadow last Friday night. more
Three months after he graduated from Northwestern University in September 1987, East Meadow’s Rich Borresen was embarking on his post-collegiate football career at his brother’s construction business when a surprise turn of events brought him back to the field on the biggest stage. more
With a standing-room-only Homecoming crowd adding to the electricity of last Saturday’s win-and-in Conference I football matchup, East Meadow used its traditional ground attack and a strong defensive effort to extend its season while dashing Long Beach’s playoff hopes. more
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